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How do you install a horn on 2004 pontiac montana van

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SOURCE: low beam headlights not working on 2004 Pontiac Montana extended

You headlight lamp have a diffuser mechanism which allows it to flip between the hight beam and low beam feature of the bulb. In fact, you high beam will function even if the low beam is not working.

I would recommend the purchase of the new headlight lamp. It would cost you you any where from $15.00 per unit to get a replacement lamp

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

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SOURCE: 2005 Pontiac SV6 Montana key fob unlocks doors but will not lock

For the sliding doors you need to clean the contacts, there are 6 or 8 on both sides, just wipe them clean as they are probably covered in oil/grease/grime.

Posted on Feb 14, 2009

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SOURCE: need to replace thermostat on pontiac montana van.

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Posted on Apr 03, 2009

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SOURCE: transmission problem 2004 pontiac montana van

my 2000 montana just started to do this mine is the TCC (torque converter control) switch inside the tranny dealer said around $2000 to put it in and the part only cost $52 and lucky me im outta warranty isnt that funny how that works i think im just gonna sell it HOPE THIS HELPS YOU GUYS

Posted on Apr 10, 2009

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SOURCE: Changing spark plugs in a 2000 Poitiac van.

There are a few ways to doing this, and it takes time and a few band aids. You can remove the alternator to give you some room to access the rear spark plug with an extension and swivel spark plug socket. You can also get to the plugs from under neath if you have a ramp and long arm, an extension and swivel spark plug socket will help. You may have to use a 2x4 to wedge the engine to give you some room if you have larger arms. The other way is to tilt the engine forward by disconnecting the two top engine mounts. First replace the 3 front plugs and wire one at a time so you don't cross them. After you have changed the front plugs have a friend help you. Make sure the parking brakes are on and disconnect the two top engine mounts, release the parking brakes and let the transmission in park. Push the van forward slowly to tilt the engine forward far enough to give you room with out pushing it to far in to the radiator. Put the parking brakes on again to keep the van from rolling back and place a block of wood behind and in front of the rear wheels. Don't want to lose an arm. Replace the rear plugs with extensions and a swivel spark plug socket. Note, your going to have to replace the spark plug wire since the rear ones are really hard to remove and pulling on then will destroy them, not worth the headache trying to save them. Use platinum plugs so you can get 100.000 miles before you have to change them again so use anti-seize on the plugs so you can remove them again. Good luck and hope this helps, I personally go from under the van. 

Posted on Jul 06, 2009

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2004 pontiac montana horn doesn't work. Fuse is OK and Relay is OK. What could be the cause?


The horn itself may be faulty, disconnect it and use a voltmeter to see if the voltage changes on the wires feeding it when someone presses the horn button. Most horns are 12V so you should also be able to connect the horn directly to the battery to see if it works. Just get the polarity correct.
The horn switch harness. (the switches and wiring in the steering wheel) Disconnect the negative battery connection before attempting to check this as the air bag is also in that area.

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I searched for " horn location Pontiac Montana " & got a fair number of hits. Suggest you try.

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no the transmission shift cable is streached and needs to be adjusted. you should be able to shift the van to neutral and start it in that gear. just watch when you park because it will roll away. use parking brake. if it doent start in neutral then your cable may be snaped and not noving the gear selector on trans at all

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Where is the horn located on a 2003 pontiac montana van? mine needs to be replaced.


It looks like this van gas 2 horns, on each side of the vehicle behind the bumper. Easiest way to get to these would probably be to remove the inner wheel well covers. Try just crawling underneath first to see if you can see them though.

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